First Wednesdays at Greenwood Vintage Market allow shoppers to stay out late

First Wednesdays at Greenwood Vintage Market allow shoppers to stay out late

August 2022 … 

First Wednesdays at Greenwood Vintage Market allow shoppers to stay out late

Mark your calendar for August 3 and get a babysitter for the kids – you’ll be out late shopping at Greenwood Vintage Market’s First Wednesday event. 

The event welcomes shoppers until 8 p.m. to browse the new deals on display at the store’s expansive mazes of booths. If you don’t have dinner plans, be sure to stop by one of the food trucks in the parking lot, and wash it down with a glass of wine from beverage caterer Embrace the Grape. Live musical entertainment will also be on site.

Greenwood Vintage Market’s next First Wednesday event will be Sept. 7.

For more information, visit their Facebook page; you also can call the store at 816-537-7172.

 

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Greenwood Vintage Market

Jeannie has some absolutely wonderful pieces!!

Elsie Bell’s sidewalk sale back by popular demand

August 2022 … 

Elsie Bell’s sidewalk sale back
by popular demand

For only the second time in its history, Elsie Bell’s Antique Mall in Independence will give its dealers and friends an opportunity to clean out their booths, closets and basements by hosting a sidewalk sale. Prices are slashed on existing merch and not-seen-before items are brought in as well for this six-hour event, which has received rave reviews from customers for its low, low prices.

The sale runs from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 20 in front of Elsie Bell’s Antique Mall, 1101 S. Crysler (23rd and Crysler) in Independence MO. (10’ x 10’ spaces are also available to outside dealers at a cost of $20/booth as space permits.)

Call 816-832-8711 for further information.

 

 

 

The Mother Road is calling you at Route 66 Festival

The Mother Road is calling you at Route 66 Festival

August 2022 … 

The Mother Road is calling to you at the
Route 66 Festival

Lovers of classic cars and Route 66 culture can get their kicks at the annual Route 66 Festival, Aug. 11-13 in downtown Springfield.
The festival, a celebration of all things Route 66, will feature a classic car and truck show, a parade, a poker run, live music, a parade, and historical exhibits on Route 66 itself. New to the festival this year is the Route 66 Kickoff Concert and Street Party, with music from the Emerald City Band.

“This Thursday night concert will also provide a chance for community members and visitors alike to celebrate coming out of the pandemic and set the stage for future economic vitality and recovery efforts to be promoted during and following the highly anticipated festival,” according to festival organizers on the event’s website.

For more information, visit www.route66festivalsgf.com.

 

 

Slater St. Antiques in Merriam

The Emerald City Band

The Emerald City Band will kick off Springfield’s annual Route 66 on Aug. 11 with a free concert and street party. (Image courtesy of Emerald City Band)